New facilities, two basketball basketballs, a multidisciplinary center, conference room and conference rooms and educational facilities will have the training of the main African hopes of the future of the NBA Academy on the continent. in a statement
"We open the new NBA Academy solutions in Saly to open this new class room," said Amadou Gallo Fall, vice president and NBA African Director General.
"This facility will supply players and training equipment throughout the continent, under the auspices of our NBA coaches and our world class teachers," he said.
The African Academy of the NBA SEED Project (Sports Education and Economic Development) is a non-profit Senegalese organization, a basketball platform that uses basketball as youngsters in academics, sports and leadership programs.
The youngsters of the center expect to follow the steps taken by Gorgui Dieng Seneguer's family members, a SEED project student, and will send a land of $ 64 million from Minnesota Timberwolves in 2016.
The NBA is launching a global boost to educate youth young people from 20 to 20 years, Australia, China, India, Mexico, October 2016.